Big tech used to be satisfied with just censoring Christian views with their algorithms, but now they are actively pushing an anti-Christian agenda and media.
Big Tech has made it clear that they will do anything to stifle communities of faith in America.
But Amazon has taken their efforts to a new low by pushing this pro-Satan cartoon on our kids.
Amazon tells the story of “the mother of Adam’s demonic offspring”
People of faith are all familiar with the story of Adam and Eve.
God created Adam, then took a rib from Adam and created Eve so that Adam would have a companion.
Ultimately, Eve would be tricked by the serpent to eat from the Tree of Knowledge of good and evil—then Adam would do the same.
This act of betrayal against God is the cornerstone of Abrahamic religions.
But only a few people are familiar with the Jewish folklore involving Lillith.
This mythology says Lillith came before Eve but refused to submit to Adam, resulting in her departure from the Garden of Eden.
Lillith’s character seems to have come from ancient Mesopotamian traditions that depict her as the first female demon.
According to the Christian Post, “some rabbinic literature depicts Lillith as the mother of Adam’s demonic offspring.”
Now Amazon is recreating the story of creation and telling children about Lillith and Lucifer.
“Charlie Morningstar” tries to return sinners to Heaven
The “Hazbin Hotel” was released earlier this month, and it tells the story of Lillith and Lucifer’s love story.
The story suggests that the couple were both responsible for the original sin against God.
According to the cartoon, they wanted “to share the magic of Free Will with humanity, offering the fruit of knowledge to Adam’s new bride, Eve, who gladly accepted.”
While Lucifer was indeed cast out of Eden and forbidden to enjoy “the good that came from humanity,” Lillith continued influencing and inspiring humankind through “her voice and songs.”
The trailer for Hazbin Hotel paints a picture of Heaven pushing back on the strength of Hell through an annual military campaign.
The purpose of this so-called “heartless decision” was to “ensure Hell and sinners could never rise against them.”
The suggested hero of the story is the daughter of Lillith called “Charlie Morningstar,” who tries to make things right to give demons the right to return to Heaven.
The controversial trailer hit social media ahead of its release and has received intense backlash.
“Even prison is too good for the creators…”
Ross Douthat, a columnist for the New York Times, shared the trailer on X alongside a quote from the Hazbin Hotel.
“Lucifer…was a dreamer, with fantastical ideas for all creation. But he was seen as a troublemaker by the Elders of Heaven, for they felt his way of thinking was dangerous to the order of their world,” he wrote.
"Lucifer … was a dreamer, with fantastical ideas for all creation. But he was seen as a troublemaker by the Elders of Heaven, for they felt his way of thinking was dangerous to the order of their world …"https://t.co/TB0AX7R8SU
— Ross Douthat (@DouthatNYT) January 19, 2024
Senior editor for the Federalist, John Daniel Davidson, slammed the show as “moronic trash” and “vile, evil stuff.”
“Oh, look, a new Amazon Prime show in which Lucifer and the spawn of demons are the courageous heroes, Adam’s original ‘sin’ is patriarchy, God and his angels are the cruel villains, and humanity’s free will is lionized as the highest good,” he wrote.
Oh look a new Amazon Prime show in which Lucifer and the spawn of demons are the courageous heroes, Adam's original "sin" is patriarchy, God and his angels are the cruel villains, and humanity's free will is lionized as the highest good.
This isn't just moronic trash, it's vile,… https://t.co/EXkehC0Rej
— John Daniel Davidson (@johnddavidson) January 18, 2024
Lauren Witzke, a conservative social media influencer, said that “even prison is too good for the creators of this blasphemy that is designed to lead children astray.”
This series is just another piece of content online that hopes to corrupt American children and lead them to a life of hedonism.
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